Irfan Hasanuddin and Yayan Rahayani
Two new graduate programs have been developed in Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies, one at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah in Jakarta and the second one at UIN Sunan Kalijaga in Yogyakarta. The Jakarta program focuses on Islamic Studies and Social Sciences. The Yogyakarta program on Islamic Studies and Social Work. The first group of students ( 12 Jakarta and 13 Yogyakarta) began in September 2003. They are two-year programs for an S2 (MA) degree. The first term was taught by Indonesian professors. McGill provided the teaching staff for the second term (February - April 2004). In July 2004, the students came to McGill for a summer program.
Zaky Nur’aini, Jamilah, and Yayan Rahayani
Visiting Professors - Alan Patten (Visiting Professor, Political Science), Philip Buckley (Visiting Professor, Philosophy and John Hall (Dean of Arts) in a seminar at UIN Jakarta
Back - Zaki Nur'aini, Rosita Tandos Middle - Mashlihatul Umami, Jamilah, Suparwani, Widayanti, Aida Husna Front - Yayan SudianaLeft to right - M. Irfan Hasanuddin, Supardi, Sudirman, Baso Ahmad Zaky
Farewell to Interdisciplinary students
Philip Buckley, Academic Director for the Project, presents certificate to Dani MutadaM. Irfan Hasanuddin,, Suparwani, Liana Aisyah, Siti Hazinah Mubarokah, Sri Widayanti, Zaki Nur’aini , Nina HamidahDani Muhtada, Nina Hamidah, Aang Abu Bakar, Liana Aisyah, Yayan Rahayani, Salamah Agung Front - Yayan SudianaBack - Mashlihatul Umami, Liana Aisyah, Zaki Nur'aini, Nina Hamidah, Jamilah Middle - Suparwani, Sri Widayanti, Rosita Tandos, Aida Husna Front - Toton WitonoJennifer Proudfoot, Salamah Agung, Nina Hamidah dancing
Students in IIS program – Cohort 2
The second group of students in the Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies Program at UIN Jakarta taken when Philip Buckley was the Visiting Professor in February.